Here are the photos I took at the fabulous Chillography 601 event on August 4, 2013.
Midi-controlled Lego robots + dub =
Last night I recorded a dreamy, supermoon-inspired lullaby. Straight from my subconscious to yours, it was recorded live in a few multi-track passes with minimal editing in post.
The ’90s vibe is alive with this one! Here’s a VHS rip of Warp Records’ animated CG extravaganja from 1994. Now where’d I put that radical Magic Eye book?
“Warpvision presents an Artificial Intelligence video – (Motion) – electronic listening music for the eyes”
Video by David Slade and Phil Wolstenholme: (Nanotechnics.1); (Mirage); (Corpus Porpoise Posthumous Non Polhemus); (Lifespan); (Sim)(biotics).
Audio: Scanner – Untitled; Link – Arcadian (Global Communication Remix); Beaumont Hannant – Utuba; Polygon Window – Polygon Window; Richard H. Kirk – Reality Net; Speedy J – Symmetry; Mark Franklin – Release To The System (Beaumont Hannant Remix); Autechre – Basscadet (Bcdtmx).
© & ℗ 1994 Warpvision
Hat tip to Phidelity for bringing this face-meltingly awesome video to my attention.
'Magma' is the very first Dvein's music video for The Vein's new single.
+ Making-of: https://vimeo.com/65546038
+ Info: http://dvein.com/projects/view/31
+ The Vein: www.thevein.xxx
Direction & Art Direction: Dvein
Post-production & VFX: Dvein
ZBrush Artist: Luis Gómez Guzmán
Live Action Crew
D.O.P.: Alejandro Oset
Production assistant: Anna Carretero
Camera operator: Toni Rodríguez
Grip: David Felices
Make-up Artist: Salònica Rodríguez
Actors: Ramón Pin, Antonio Izquierdo
Sound mixing & mastering: Gerardo Vicente Martínez
Microphone recording: Alex Félez (Heptagon)
Special thanks to Pamplona89, Anders Hattne, Agosto & Sergi Roda.
Memorial Day weekend, deep in Oregon’s Umpqua National Forest, I played an afternoon live set featuring an equal mix of my released and unreleased material. I was really happy with how this particular collection and flow of music turned out, so I’m excited to share it with all of you as well. Enjoy!
Check out TM404 (aka Andreas Tilliander) working the various Roland x0x units into a juicy ear massage. So good.
I really like Four Tet‘s simple-yet-flexible approach to a live rig. For my last couple of live sets I’ve consolidated down from 8 to a 4-channel arrangement, and I’ve been enjoying the reduction of mental effort it takes to keep a set moving, while still maintaining some control over the fun bits to mess with live.